You can watch KU Basketball live online on WatchESPN.com. Simply sign in with your cable or satellite provider, and you’ll be able to catch all the action of the Jayhawks as they take on some of the best teams in the country. You can also watch on your mobile device through the WatchESPN app.
What channel is the ku basketball game on tonight
The game is set to tip off at 7 p.m. on ESPN2, and will be shown live on the WatchESPN app.
You can also catch all the action on our sister station, Jayhawk Radio, 1660 AM in Lawrence.
If you can’t make it to a television or radio, don’t worry! You can still catch all the action right here on KUSports.com. We’ll have live updates and commentary throughout the game, so you won’t miss a beat. So whether you’re cheering from the comfort of your living room or tailgating in Allen Fieldhouse, make sure to tune in to see the Jayhawks take on the Cyclones tonight.
Who are the announcers for the game and what other games will they be calling this season
The game will be called by play-by-play announcer Joe Tessitore and analyst Sean Farnham. This will be the first KU game that Tessitore and Farnham have called together this season, but they have worked several other games together in the past.
What are the team’s records
As of right now, the Jayhawks are 11-1 on the season and ranked No. 1 in the nation. They’re coming off of a 92-56 win over Toledo last night. The Cyclones, on the other hand, are 12-0 and ranked No. 3 in the country. They most recently defeated Iowa State last night, 72-69.
What are the odds for both teams and what are some key players to watch out for
The Jayhawks are favored to win by 7.5 points, according to VegasInsider.com.
For the Jayhawks, you’ll want to keep an eye on freshman guard Quentin Grimes, who is averaging 16.4 points per game. Senior guard Lagerald Vick is also averaging 16 points per game and has been shooting lights out from beyond the arc lately.
On the Cyclones’ side, keep an eye on sophomore guard Tyrese Haliburton, who is averaging 15.8 points, 5.9 assists, and 2.5 steals per game. Senior forward Michael Jacobson is also averaging a double-double with 11.4 points and 10 rebounds per game.
How has each team performed so far this season and what do they need to do in order to win tonight’s game
The Jayhawks have had a strong start to the season, with their only loss coming to then-No. 3 Duke in the season opener. They’ll need to continue to play tough defense and make smart shots in order to come out on top tonight. The Cyclones have also been playing well this season, but they’ll need to be wary of the Jayhawks’ offense. They’ll need to make sure to limit turnovers and take advantage of any opportunities they have on offense.
A brief history of the rivalry between these two schools and some memorable moments from past matchups
The Jayhawks and Cyclones have been rivals for years, with their first meeting taking place in 1907. The two teams have met a total of 196 times, with Kansas holding a 113-83 advantage in the series. Some memorable moments from past meetings include Kansas’ come-from-behind victory in the 1988 NCAA tournament, which saw the Jayhawks erase a 12-point deficit in the final minutes of the game, and Kansas’ triple-overtime victory in the 2016 Big 12 tournament, which was considered one of the greatest games in tournament history.